Authors You Met at the 2010 Latino Leadership Summit

There are the leadership books by the authors you met at the 2010 Summit.

Author: Robert Rodriguez

By 2050, Latinos will make up one-quarter of the U.S. population and nearly triple in number to 97 million. For businesses, this demographic shift means a larger Latino consumer market and a growing Latino workforce. Latino Talent presents practical strategies for companies that need help understanding and managing a workforce with an increasingly Latino identity and tapping into a booming Latino consumer market.

 

Author: Frank Carbajal

An inspiring collection of success stories from the country’s most prominent Latinos, Building the Latino Future offers and inspiration and advice for Latinos in any industry who want to succeed spectacularly. The future is bright for America?s Latino community; this book lets you learn from the success of such luminaries as actor Edward James Olmos, New Mexico Governor Bill Richardson, former housing secretary Henry Cisneros, NPR correspondent Ray Suarez, and many more.

 

Author: Frank Carbajal

Spanish Language edition of Building the Latino Future.

Author: Federico Subervi

The Latin-American population has become a major force in American politics in recent years, with expanding influences in local, state, and national elections.  The candidates in the 2004 campaign wooed Latino voters by speaking Spanish to Latino audiences and courting Latino groups and PACs. Recognizing the rising influence of the Latino population in the United States, Federico Subervi-Velez has put together this edited volume, examining various aspects of the Latino and media landscape, including media coverage in English- and Spanish-language media, campaigns, and survey research.

 

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About Graciela Tiscareño-Sato
Graciela Tiscareño-Sato is the author of "Latinnovating: Green American Jobs and the Latinos Creating Them," the first book showcasing Latino-led innovation and entrepreneurship in the green economy. Ms. Tiscareño-Sato is a graduate of the University of California at Berkeley, School of Environmental Design. Her global sustainability experience began while leading the Green Enterprise Initiative at Munich-headquartered Siemens Enterprise Networks. She helped enterprises understand the economic and environmental value of collaboration technologies. Once adopted, these solutions dramatically reduced corporations’ real estate needs, energy needs, employee commutes and their overall carbon footprints. Graciela actively mentors students who need life, education and career roadmaps, which this book provides. Her thought leadership pieces have published in the U.S. and Europe including Environmental Leader, Hispanic MBA, Communications News and many others. She earned a Masters degree in International Management from Whitworth College in Spokane, Washington while on active duty with the U.S. Air Force. Graciela was honored by LATINA Style Magazine as the San Francisco Bay Area “Entrepreneur of the Year” in May 2010. In November 2010, she received “Entrepreneur of the Year” honors at the Anna Maria Arias Memorial Business Fund Gala in Washington D.C. She is a key organizer of the Silicon Valley Latino Leadership Summit. Graciela owns her own marketing and communications excellence firm, Gracefully Global Group. She lives in the San Francisco east bay with her husband and three eco-conscious children.

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